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Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park

Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park


Combe Martin Wildlife Park
Combe Martin
EX34 0NG


01271 882486


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If you dare step back to the days when Dinosaurs roamed the earth, then a visit to Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park is a must! Over the last few years the park has embarked on a tremendous programme of creating realistic Dinosaurs using the latest technology in animatronics.

The star of the show is a full size animatronics T-Rex, who towers over visitors at eighteen feet high and forty feet long, along with a pair of interacting megalosaurs and Dilophosaurus the ‘spitting dinosaur’.  Watch out, you may get wet!

The park aims to provide entertainment for the whole family.  It is a naturally beautiful estate with 26 acres of stunning gardens, cascading waterfalls and sub tropical plants for everyone to enjoy. 

For those of you wild about wildlife there are hundreds of exotic birds and animals for you to meet including African Lions, Meerkats, Sea Lions, Raccoons,  Primates, and our famous Wolves. 

There will be shows throughout the day that are sure to keep you all entertained.  Be enthralled by the sea lion shows and falconry displays, have a close encounter with Lemurs and don’t forget our friendly ring tailed lemurs.

Combe Martin Wildlife & Dinosaur Park also offers the chance to ‘Swim with Sea Lions’. We are the only zoo in the country that currently offers this at only £49.50!

Visit our website for more information.

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